Notes - BA 330 Notes: Proper English- A distant art (Pro)...

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BA 330 Notes: Proper English- A distant art (Pro) Adnan Ahmad 2/14/2008 Introduction Attention Grabber: As time progresses, the English language has been degraded to a potpourri of garbage. What has become of proper English? What has happened to language with such great distinction? Thesis: The English language has lost a lot of its beauty and grace over the past century. Rich English must be preserved and it is up to society to address this problem. Preview of major points: 1. Good English must be preserved 2. Loss of rich language Body of Speech First main point: Good English must be preserved- Schools have forgotten the art of teaching proper English which has destroyed such a rich language (1) (2). While there are some elite schools that maintain linguistic standards, proper use of English has lost its form with the overall public (3). 3 supporting proofs 1. No Child Left Behind Act- Fact “States are failing to make the grade to provide children with proper education.” (Washington Post 11/11/2003)
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2008 for the course BA 330 taught by Professor Hartge during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Notes - BA 330 Notes: Proper English- A distant art (Pro)...

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